In this March 3, 2014, file photo, police officers question two Uighur men, left, as a Han Chinese man walks past them in Kunming, in western China's Yunnan province. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan, File)
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Thailand's military government has detained a reporter for an English-language newspaper, in what rights groups Tuesday criticized as the latest sign of a fresh crackdown on critics of the ruling junta.The Nation newspaper, one of Thailand's prominent English-language dailies, posted a letter on its front page Tuesday calling for the immediate release of Pravit Rojanaphruk. Pravit has been a high-profile critic of the military regime that took over after a coup in May 2014 toppled an elected civilian government.After turning himself in Sunday, Pravit was taken to an unidentified location, according to The Nation. Detainees of the junta usually are held at an army camp.
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